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Upcoming publications

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Listed here are the upcoming publications scheduled in our Delivery Programme for the year.

    Sexual exploitation and mental health of adults: Frontline Briefing

    Published: Jan 2018

    Sexual exploitation and mental health of adults: Frontline Briefing

    Local authorities have a responsibility to safeguard people from sexual exploitation. This workshop explores the evidence relating to sexual exploitation and mental health and covers:

    • Signs of sexual exploitation.
    • How to effectively engage with people who are at risk of sexual exploitation.
    • The legislative and policy framework around sexual exploitation.
    • How to personalise approaches to balance best practice with the situation, capacity, needs and wishes of the individual.

    Aimed at: Practitioners and managers.

    Working with complexity: Evidence Review

    Published: Jan 2018

    Working with complexity: Evidence Review

    When working with people who have complex lives, and doing so in a complex policy context, practitioners would be well supported by understanding theory, relevant research and by applying evidence-informed tools and frameworks to their practice. The existing literature is disparate, or held in text books. This volume seeks to provide a useful, succinct resource to support good practice in working with people.

    Aimed at: Those providing services, managers, learning and development teams, HEI and senior leaders.

    Working with parents who have a learning disability: Strategic Briefing

    Published: Jan 2018

    Working with parents who have a learning disability: Strategic Briefing

    This joint RiP/RiPfA publication will provide the reader with an overview of the available evidence in relation to ‘what works’ in working with parents who have a learning disability.

    It will include case study examples of practice, and will offer recommendations for strategic leaders to consider in developing and leading systems to support effective working across children’s and adults’ services to support parents who have a learning disability.

    Aimed at: Senior leaders, service leads and commissioners.